Nixon Peabody Washington, D.C. Office
Nixon Peabody is committed to designing a contemporary office space that is highly efficient and flexible to meet the evolving demands of a global law practice. The design integrates Nixon Peabody’s new branding strategy and includes concepts that promote communication, collaboration, and cross-over between practice groups. For example, the cafe space was strategically sited adjacent to the reception in order to promote it as an “activity hub” and it is continuously activated by the staff, visitors, and clients alike.
The design features an abundance of transparency with glass fronts on all offices, universal office sizes for both equity partners and associates, a floor-to-ceiling video wall in the client reception area, a variety of collaboration areas, an internal art gallery space, and the potential for on-site renewable energy.
Jeff Lesk, Partner, Nixon Peabody LLP
In addition to achieving LEED-CI Platinum, the project meets the 2030 challenge, two of the highest sustainability measures awarded. Nixon Peabody has installed photovoltaic panels on the roof of the building to supplement their power use as well as that of a local low-income housing project at no cost to the residents.